METALLICA “Kill ’Em All – Deluxe Edition” + “Jump In The Fire” /Ltd. Deluxe 3LP + Picture 12” EP + 5CD + DVD + Book + Patch + Download Cards Box Set/ (2023)

30th Anniversary Limited Deluxe Edition remastered re-release of the fifth full-length studio album by legendary American Thrash/Heavy Metal band.
Metallica’s eponymous album, better known as "The Black Album", is remastered! This reissue is remastered for ultimate sound quality!! The standard album is remastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering, and all other content is remastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering. All content was overseen by executive producer Greg Fidelman.
Released on August 13, 1991, “Metallica” was a departure from the Thrash Metal style of Metallica's previous four albums and saw the band moving towards a more commercial Heavy Metal sound. Many fans consider the album the initial turning point in their music, where "old" and "new" Metallica are distinguished from one another.
"The Black Album" is one of the most commercially successful and critically acclaimed records of all time, with global sales of over 35 million, and contains a series of unrelenting singles, "Enter Sandman", "The Unforgiven", "Nothing Else Matters", "Wherever I May Roam", and "Sad But True". It debuted at number one in ten countries and spent four consecutive weeks at the top of the Billboard 200, making it Metallica's first album to top the album charts. "Metallica" is the band's best-selling album to date, with over 16 million copies sold in the United States. It is one of the best-selling albums worldwide, and also one of the best-selling albums in the United States since Nielsen SoundScan tracking began. Up to 2012, the album was certified 16× Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). In 2020, the album was ranked number 235 on Rolling Stone's "The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time" list. In December 2019, "Metallica" became the fourth release in American history to enter the 550-week milestone on the Billboard 200. It also became the second longest-charting traditional title in history, and the second to spend 550 weeks on the album charts.
Limited Edition to 52 000 numbered copies, Deluxe Numbered Box Set (with magnetic flap) comes in custom packing box and outer cardboard sleeve, and includes the "Metallica" album remastered on 180-gram Double LP and CD, "Sad But True" 12" Picture EP, "Live At Wembley" 12" EP, "Live In Moscow" Double LP, 13 x Bonus CDs and 6 x DVDs (all DVDs are region-free), featuring unreleased content (live shows, rough mixes, demos, etc), MP3 download card of all audio, four tour laminates, lanyard, three lithos, three guitar picks, lyric folder and sheets, and a 120-page hard-cover book with never-before-seen photos + stories from those who were there.
Blackened Recordings, 1991/2021 (BLCKND008RD-1). Made in USA. Pressed in Germany.


“Metallica” 2LP (Remastered)

Side 1
1. Enter Sandman 5:29
2. Sad But True 5:24
3. Holier Than Thou 3:47
Side 2
1. The Unforgiven 6:26
2. Wherever I May Roam 6:42
3. Don’t Tread On Me 3:59
Running time: 31:47 min.

Side 3
1. Through The Never 4:01
2. Nothing Else Matters 6:29
3. Of Wolf And Man 4:16
Side 4
1. The God That Failed 5:05
2. My Friend Of Misery 6:47
3. The Struggle Within 3:51
Running time: 30:29 min.

“Sad But True” Picture LP (45RPM)

Side 1
1. Sad But True 5:28
2. Nothing Else Matters (Elevator Version) 6:32
Side 2
1. Creeping Death (Live at Tushino Airfield, Moscow, Russia – September 28th, 1991) 8:02
2. Sad But True (Demo) 4:54
Running time: 24:56 min.

“Live At Wembley Stadium, London, England - April 20th, 1992” LP (45RPM)

Side 1
1. Enter Sandman (Live) 5:39
Side 2
1. Sad But True (Live) 5:30
2. Nothing Else Matters (Live) 6:17
Running time: 17:26 min.

(Video) Unboxing #6: Metallica Kill 'Em All Remaster Limited Edition

“Live At Tushino Airfield, Moscow, Russia - September 28th, 1991” 2LP

Side 1
1. The Ecstasy Of Gold (Ennio Morricone cover) 1:45
2. Enter Sandman (Live) 5:22
3. Creeping Death (Live) 7:40
4. Harvester Of Sorrow (Live) 6:56
Side 2
1. Fade To Black (Live) 7:17
2. Sad But True (Live) 5:19
3. Master Of Puppets (Live) 4:26
Running time: 38:45 min.

Side 3
1. Seek & Destroy (Live) 6:35
2. For Whom The Bell Tolls (Live) 5:48
3. One (Live) 8:00
Side 4
1. Whiplash (Live) 4:17
2. Symptom Of The Universe / Back In Black Jam (Encore Jam) (Live) 2:49
3. Last Caress (Live) (The Misfits cover) 1:29
4. Am I Evil? (Live) (Diamond Head cover) 3:14
5. Battery (Live) 5:00
Running time: 37:12 min.

“Metallica” CD (Remastered)

1. Enter Sandman 5:32
2. Sad But True 5:25
3. Holier Than Thou 3:48
4. The Unforgiven 6:27
5. Wherever I May Roam 6:44
6. Don’t Tread On Me 4:00
7. Through The Never 4:03
8. Nothing Else Matters 6:29
9. Of Wolf And Man 4:17
10. The God That Failed 5:09
11. My Friend Of Misery 6:50
12. The Struggle Within 3:55
Running time: 62:39 min.

“Interviews: The David Fricke Tapes” CD

1. Kirk (Interview) 15:35
2. Jason (Interview) 16:48
3. Lars (Interview) 19:43
4. James (Interview) 22:43
Running time: 74:49 min.

“Interviews: The Steffan Chirazi Tapes” CD

1. Lars (Interview) 43:27
2. Jason (Interview) 8:20
3. Kirk (Interview) 10:59
4. James (Interview) 17:09
Running time: 79:55 min.

“Riffs & Demos” 2CD

(Video) Metallica: Kill 'Em All (Deluxe Edition) Unboxing Video

Disc 1
1. The Unforgiven (James’ Riff Tapes) 1:08
2. Nothing Else Matters (James’ Riff Tapes) 4:55
3. Sad But True (James’ Riff Tapes) 0:56
4. Holier Than Thou (James’ Riff Tapes) 1:48
5. Don’t Tread On Me (James’ Riff Tapes) 1:13
6. The Unforgiven (James’ Riff Tapes II) 0:22
7. The Struggle Within (James’ Riff Tapes) 1:32
8. The Unforgiven (James’ Riff Tapes III) 2:10
9. The God That Failed (James’ Riff Tapes) 0:43
10. Wherever I May Roam (James’ Riff Tapes) 0:25
11. Enter Sandman (Kirk’s Riff Tapes) 1:12
12. Through The Never (Kirk’s Riff Tapes) 1:27
13. Of Wolf And Man (Kirk’s Riff Tapes) 0:30
14. Enter Sandman (Kirk’s Riff Tapes II) 0:40
15. My Friend Of Misery (Jason’s Riff Tapes) 4:38
16. Enter Sandman (July 6th, 1990, Writing In Progress) 1:34
17. Sad But True (July 6th, 1990, Writing In Progress) 2:00
18. The God That Failed (July 6th, 1990, Writing In Progress) 1:16
19. Don’t Tread On Me (July 6th, 1990, Writing In Progress) 1:05
20. The Struggle Within (July 6th, 1990, Writing In Progress) 0:42
21. Holier Than Thou (July 6th, 1990, Writing In Progress) 1:40
22. Sad But True (July 6th, 1990, Writing In Progress) 0:53
23. Sad But True (July 12th, 1990 Demo) 5:12
24. Don’t Tread On Me (July 12th, 1990 Demo) 4:09
25. Enter Sandman (July 12th, 1990 Demo) 4:50
26. Nothing Else Matters (July 12th, 1990 Demo) 6:04
27. Of Wolf And Man (July 12th, 1990, Writing In Progress) 2:21
28. Through The Never (July 12th, 1990, Writing In Progress) 3:00
29. The Struggle Within (July 24th, 1990, Writing In Progress) 1:24
30. Wherever I May Roam (July 24th, 1990, Writing In Progress) 2:17
31. Wherever I May Roam (July 30th, 1990, Writing In Progress) 6:05
32. The Struggle Within (July 30th, 1990, Writing In Progress) 3:47
Running time: 71:58 min.

Disc 2
1. Enter Sandman (August 13th, 1990 Demo) 5:04
2. Sad But True (August 13th, 1990 Demo) 4:54
3. Don’t Tread On Me (August 13th, 1990 Demo) 3:59
4. Nothing Else Matters (August 13th, 1990 Demo) 5:54
5. Holier Than Thou (August 13th, 1990 Demo) 3:48
6. Wherever I May Roam (August 13th, 1990 Demo) 5:35
7. The Struggle Within (August 13th, 1990 Demo) 3:45
8. The God That Failed (August 22nd, 1990, Writing in Progress) 1:20
9. Of Wolf And Man (August 22nd, 1990, Writing in Progress) 1:01
10. My Friend Of Misery (August 29th, 1990, Writing in Progress) 4:05
11. The Unforgiven (August 29th, 1990, Writing in Progress) 3:44
12. Through The Never (August 31st, 1990 Demo) 3:39
13. Of Wolf And Man (August 31st, 1990 Demo) 4:05
14. The God That Failed (August 31st, 1990 Demo) 4:45
15. The Unforgiven (September 3rd, 1990, Writing in Progress) 5:44
16. My Friend Of Misery (September 3rd, 1990, Writing in Progress) 1:47
Running time: 63:09 min.

“Pre-Production Rehearsals + Radio Edits” CD

1. Enter Sandman (Pre-Production Rehearsal) 4:59
2. Sad But True (Pre-Production Rehearsal) 5:18
3. Holier Than Thou (Pre-Production Rehearsal) 3:47
4. Nothing Else Matters (Pre-Production Rehearsal) 6:11
5. Wherever I May Roam (Pre-Production Rehearsal) 6:07
6. Don’t Tread On Me (Pre-Production Rehearsal) 4:08
7. Through The Never (Pre-Production Rehearsal) 3:50
8. The Unforgiven (Pre-Production Rehearsal) 6:43
9. Of Wolf And Man (Pre-Production Rehearsal) 4:16
10. The God That Failed (Pre-Production Rehearsal) 5:11
11. My Friend Of Misery (Pre-Production Rehearsal) 6:24
12. The Struggle Within (Pre-Production Rehearsal) 3:59
13. Enter Sandman (Radio Edit) 4:02
14. The Unforgiven (Radio Edit) 5:01
15. Nothing Else Matters (Radio Edit) 5:01
16. Wherever I May Roam (Radio Edit) 5:00
Running time: 79:57 min.

“Rough & Alternate Mixes” 2CD

Disc 1
1. So What (Early Take - October 12th, 1990) (Anti-Nowhere League cover) 3:02
2. Killing Time (Take 18 - October 12th, 1990) (Sweet Savage cover) 3:09
3. Through The Never (Take 53 - October 22nd, 1990) 4:14
4. Holier Than Thou (Take 9 - October 27th, 1990) 4:01
5. My Friend Of Misery (Take 4 - October 27th, 1990) 6:38
6. The Struggle Within (Take 12 - November 10th, 1990) 3:26
7. Of Wolf And Man (Take 2 - December 6th, 1990) 4:30
8. The God That Failed (Take 26 - December 6th, 1990) 5:04
9. Don’t Tread On Me (Take 6 - December 15th, 1990) 4:02
10. Enter Sandman (Take 15 - January 21st, 1991) 3:37
11. Enter Sandman (Take 35 - January 21st, 1991) 1:30
12. Late Night Skynyrd Jam : Free Bird (January 23rd, 1991 (Lynyrd Skynyrd cover) 4:09
13. The Unforgiven (139 BPM Take - January 29th, 1991) 5:19
14. Nothing Else Matters (Take 19 - January 29th, 1991) 4:56
15. Sad But True (Take 36 - February 5th, 1991) 5:18
16. Wherever I May Roam (Take 3 - February 5th, 1991) 4:59
Running time: 67:54 min.

Disc 2
1. Enter Sandman (May 13th, 1991 Rough Mix) 5:35
2. The God That Failed (May 13th, 1991 Rough Mix) 5:02
3. The Struggle Within (May 13th, 1991 Rough Mix) 3:55
4. The Unforgiven (May 14th, 1991 Rough Mix) 6:21
5. Wherever I May Roam (May 14th, 1991 Rough Mix) 6:22
6. Don’t Tread On Me (May 14th, 1991 Rough Mix) 4:08
7. Through The Never (May 14th, 1991 Rough Mix) 4:03
8. Sad But True (May 23rd, 1991 Rough Mix) 5:24
9. Of Wolf And Man (June 2nd, 1991 Rough Mix) 4:19
10. My Friend Of Misery (June 2nd, 1991 Rough Mix) 6:43
11. Holier Than Thou (June 2nd, 1991 Rough Mix) 3:48
12. Nothing Else Matters (Orchestra/Clean Guitar/Vocal Mix - July 8th, 1991) 6:41
13. Nothing Else Matters [Orchestra/Clean Guitar/Vocal Mix – July 8th, 1991] 6:46
14. Nothing Else Matters (Elevator Version) 6:31
Running time: 75:38 min.

“Some Shit From Day On The Green, Oakland, CA - October 12th, 1991” CD

1. Creeping Death (Live) 3:32
2. Harvester Of Sorrow (Live) 7:02
3. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live) 7:10
4. Sad But True (Live) 5:39
5. Wherever I May Roam (Live) 6:58
6. Bass Solo (Live) 4:27
7. Through The Never (Live) 4:40
8. The Unforgiven (Live) 7:47
9. Master Of Puppets (Live) 4:03
10. Seek & Destroy (Live) 7:33
11. For Whom The Bell Tolls (Live) 5:59
12. Fade To Black (Live) 7:34
13. Whiplash (Live) 4:52
Running time: 77:16 min.

“Live At Arco Arena, Sacramento, CA - January 11th, 1992 + Covers + B-Sides” 3CD

Disc 1
1. The Ecstasy Of Gold (Ennio Morricone) 1:45
2. Enter Sandman (Live) 5:28
3. Creeping Death (Live) 8:04
4. Harvester Of Sorrow (Live) 6:25
5. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live) 7:45
6. Sad But True (Live) 5:24
7. Wherever I May Roam (Live) 6:27
8. The Four Horsemen (Live) 7:28
9. Bass Solo (Live) 8:17
10. Through The Never (Live) 4:23
11. The Unforgiven (Live) 7:31
12. Justice Medley : Eye Of The Beholder / Blackened / The Frayed Ends Of Sanity / And Justice For All (Live) 9:31
Running time: 78:28 min.

Disc 2
1. Drum Solo (Live) 12:52
2. Guitar Solo (Live) 5:51
3. For Whom The Bell Tolls (Live) 5:28
4. Fade To Black (Live) 7:54
5. Whiplash (Live) 4:51
6. Encore Jam (Live) 1:09
7. Master Of Puppets (Live) 4:05
8. Seek & Destroy (Live) 12:47
Running time: 54:57 min.

Disc 3
1. One (Live) 9:30
2. Last Caress (Live) (The Misfits cover) 1:30
3. Am I Evil? (Live) (Diamond Head cover) 4:52
4. Battery (Live) 5:16
5. Encore Jam #2 (Live) 1:45
6. Breadfan (Live) (Budgie cover) 4:11
7. Stone Cold Crazy (Remastered) (Queen cover) 2:19
8. So What (Remastered) (Anti-Nowhere League cover) 3:09
9. Killing Time (Remastered) (Sweet Savage cover) 3:05
10. Stone Cold Crazy (Live At Wembley Stadium, London – 1992) (Queen cover) (James Hetfield & Queen) 3:03
11. Harvester Of Sorrow (Live at The Liebenau, Graz, Austria - September 11th, 1991) 6:01
12. Nothing Else Matters (Live at Aggie Memorial Stadium, Las Cruces, NM - August 27th, 1992)
Running time: 50:52 min.

“Live At Maimarktgelände, Mannheim, Germany - May 22nd, 1993” 2CD

Disc 1
1. The Ecstasy Of Gold (Ennio Morricone) 1:40
2. Creeping Death (Live) 7:07
3. Harvester Of Sorrow (Live) 7:02
4. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live) 6:51
5. Of Wolf And Man (Live) 4:17
6. Wherever I May Roam (Live) 6:53
7. The Thing That Should Not Be (Live) 8:25
8. The Unforgiven (Live) 7:04
9. Disposable Heroes (Live) 8:58
10. Bass Solo (Live) 7:43
11. Instrumental Medley : Orion / To Live Is To Die / The Call Of Ktulu (Live) 6:48
12. Guitar Solo (Live) 1:16
13. The Four Horsemen (Live) 5:03
Running time: 79:07 min.

Disc 2
1. For Whom The Bell Tolls (Live) 5:58
2. Fade To Black (Live) 7:08
3. Master Of Puppets (Live) 4:23
4. Seek & Destroy (Live) 17:35
5. Battery (Live) 5:42
6. Nothing Else Matters (Live) 6:30
7. Sad But True (Live) 6:03
8. Last Caress (Live) (The Misfits cover) 1:25
9. One (Live) 10:15
10. Enter Sandman (Live) 6:14
11. So What (Live) (Anti-Nowhere League cover) 3:31
Running time: 74:44 min.

“A Year And A Half In The Life Of Metallica Outtakes” DVD

1. The Making Of “Don’t Tread On Me” 6:19
2. The Making Of “Sad But True” 15:07
3. The Making Of “Enter Sandman” 16:43
4. Enter Cameraman 11:56
5. The Making Of “The Unforgiven” 10:42
6. The Making Of “Nothing Else Matters” 10:26
7. Rehearsal Day With Queen 6:00
8. Metallica Play the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert for AIDS Awareness - April 20th, 1992: Stone Cold Crazy (James Hetfield & Queen) (Live) 4:10
Hidden Videos
9. Enter Sandman (Live at Wembley Stadium, London, England, April 20th, 1992) 4:10
10. Sad But True (Live at Wembley Stadium, London, England, April 20th, 1992) 4:22
11. Nothing Else Matters (Live at Wembley Stadium, London, England, April 20th, 1992) 7:52
12. Stone Cold Crazy (Live at Wembley Stadium, London, England, April 20th, 1992) (Queen cover) 3:32
Running time: 101:19 min.

“Live At Gentofte Stadion, Copenhagen, Denmark - August 10th, 1991 + Bonus Shit” DVD

1. The Ecstasy Of Gold (Ennio Morricone) 1:37
2. Enter Sandman (Live) 5:17
3. Creeping Death (Live) 7:54
4. Harvester Of Sorrow (Live) 6:30
5. Fade To Black (Live) 8:04
6. Sad But True (Live) 5:53
7. Master Of Puppets (Live) 4:00
8. Seek & Destroy (Live) 7:33
9. For Whom The Bell Tolls (Live) 5:22
10. One (Live) 7:55
11. Whiplash (Live) 5:23
12. Encore Jam (Live) 1:17
13. Last Caress (Live) (The Misfits cover) 1:21
14. Am I Evil? (Live) (Diamond Head cover) 4:34
15. Battery (Live) 7:24
Bonus Shit
16. Holier Than Thou (Live at L.C. Walker Arena, Muskegon, Mi, November 1th, 1991) 3:58
17. Blitzkrieg (Live at MC Njchols Sports Arena, Denver, Co, February 8th, 1992) (Blitzkrieg cover) 4:00
18. Leper Messiah (Live at Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, Ca, February 13th, 1992) 6:03
19. Master Of Puppets (Live at Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, Ca, February 13th, 1992) 8:57
20. Am I Evil? (Live at Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, Ca, February 13th, 1992) (Diamond Head cover) 7:25
21. Breadfan (Live at Cow Palace, San Francisco, Ca, May 10th, 1992) (Budgie cover) 4:13
22. So What (Live at Wembley Arena, London, England, October 25th, 1992) (feat. Animal from Anti-Nowhere League) (Anti-Nowhere League cover) 5:18
23. Stone Cold Crazy (Live at Wembley Arena, London, England, October 25th, 1992, Shit) (Queen cover) 2:54
24. Am I Evil? (Live at Nec Arena, Birmingham, England, November 5th, 1992) (feat. Diamond Head) (Diamond Head cover) 6:00
25. Helpless (Live at Nec Arena, Birmingham, England, November 5th, 1992) (feat. Diamond Head) (Diamond Head cover) 4:08
Running time: 133:00 min.

“Live At Frankenhalle, Nuremberg, Germany - November 29th, 1992” DVD

1. The Ecstasy Of Gold (Ennio Morricone) 1:59
2. Of Wolf And Man (Live) 4:14
3. Creeping Death (Live) 7:47
4. Harvester Of Sorrow (Live) 6:56
5. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live) 7:21
6. Sad But True (Live) 5:34
7. Wherever I May Roam (Live) 8:29
8. The Unforgiven (Live) 7:14
9. Justice Medley (Live) 9:36
10. Solos (Bass & Guitar) (Live) 14:13
11. Through The Never (Live) 2:44
12. For Whom The Bell Tolls (Live) 5:54
13. Fade To Black (Live) 7:43
14. Master Of Puppets (Live) 3:58
15. Seek & Destroy (Live) 16:15
16. Whiplash (Live) 4:53
17. Nothing Else Matters (Live) 6:04
18. Am I Evil? (Live) (Diamond Head cover) 5:39
19. Last Caress (Live) (The Misfists cover) 1:18
20. One (Live) 8:41
21. Damage, Inc. (Live) 5:20
22. Enter Sandman (Live) 6:32
Running time: 148:24 min.

“Live At FestivalPark, Werchter, Belgium - July 4th, 1993” DVD

1. The Ecstasy Of Gold (Ennio Morricone) 1:50
2. Creeping Death (Live) 7:04
3. Harvester Of Sorrow (Live) 6:35
4. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live) 6:45
5. Of Wolf And Man (Live) 4:05
6. Wherever I May Roam (Live) 7:08
7. Disposable Heroes (Live) 9:34
8. The Unforgiven (Live) 6:32
9. Bass Solo (Live) 2:22
10. Instrumental Medley (Live) 4:12
11. Guitar Solo (Live) 0:46
12. For Whom The Bell Tolls (Live) 5:41
13. Fade To Black (Live) 8:18
14. Master Of Puppets (Live) 3:50
15. Seek & Destroy (Live) 18:40
16. Battery (Live) 5:45
17. Nothing Else Matters (Live) 6:16
18. Sad But True (Live) 5:39
19. One (Live) 9:53
20. Enter Sandman (Live) 6:54
21. So What (Live) (Anti-Nowhere cover) 8:43
Running time: 136:32 min.

“Music Videos + Halfin's Home Movies” DVD

Music Videos
1. Enter Sandman 5:33
2. The Unforgiven 6:24
3. Nothing Else Matters 6:26
4. Wherever I May Roam 6:08
5. Sad But True 5:28
6. The Unforgiven (Theatrical Version) 11:32
Behind The Videos
7. Enter Sandman (Psycho Band Pass) 5:32
8. Enter Sandman (Hetfield) 5:32
9. Enter Sandman (Ulrich) 5:29
10. Enter Sandman (Hammett) 5:28
11. Enter Sandman (Newsted) 5:33
12. Enter Sandman (Final Concept) 5:36
13. The Unforgiven (B-Roll) 6:14
Halfin's Home Movies
14. Los Angeles, Ca 3:40
15. Moscow, Russia 2:58
16. Oakland, Ca : Sad But True / Wherever I May Roam (Live) 2:36
17. Oakland, Ca II : Enter Sandman / Creeping Death / Sad But True / Master Of Puppets/Seek & Destroy/Whiplash/One/Holier Than Thou (Live) 6:29
18. Miami, Fl : Stone Cold Crazy (Live) (Queen cover) 3:37
19. Perth, Australia 0:59
20. Jakarta, Indonesia 6:28
21. Bangkok, Thailand 6:16
Running time: 113:58 min.

“Wherever We May Roam” DVD

1. Enter Sandman (Live At Goffertstadion, Nijmegen, Netherlands, September 1th, 1991) 5:36
2. Creeping Death (Live At Estadio Olimpico De Montjuic, Barcelona, Spain, September 24th, 1991) 8:01
3. Holier Than Thou (Live At L.C. Walker Arena, Muskegon, Mi, November 1th, 1991) 4:08
4. Harvester Of Sorrow (Live At Centrum, Worcester, Ma, December 22th, 1991) 7:01
5. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live At Cumberland County CIVIC Center, Portland, Me, February 27th, 1992) 6:42
6. Sad But True (Live At Casper Events Center, Casper, Wy, June 5th, 1992) 6:23
7. The Four Horsemen (Live At Lsu Assembly Center, Baton Rouge, La, June 15th, 1992) 5:23
8. Of Wolf And Man (Live At Walnut Creek, Amphitheatre, Raleigh, Nc, June 25th, 1992) 4:15
9. For Whom The Bell Tolls (Live At Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, Nj, July 18th, 1992) 5:43
10. The Unforgiven (Live At Aggie Memorial Stadium, Las Cruces, Nm, August 27th, 1992) 6:42
11. The Shortest Straw (Live At Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Ca, October 3th, 1992) 6:47
12. Damage, Inc. (Live At Wembley Arena, London, England, October 25th, 1992) 5:24
13. Through The Never (Live At Palaghiaccio Di Marino, Rome, Italy, November 16th, 1992) 3:39
14. Fade To Black (Live At Forum Kobenhavn, Copenhagen, Denmark, December 9th, 1992) 7:20
15. Whiplash (Live At Metro Centre, Rockford, Il, January 31th, 1993) 5:09
16. Master Of Puppets (Live At Forum De Montreal, Montreal, Qc, Canada, February 13th, 1993 4:27
17. Seek & Destroy (Live At Palacio De Los Deportes, Mexico City, Mexico, February 25th, 1993) 16:36
18. Motorbreath (Live At Palacio De Los Deportes, Mexico City, Mexico, March 2th, 1993) 3:25
19. Nothing Else Matters (Live At Lebak Bulus Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia, April 11th, 1993) 6:14
20. Wherever I May Roam (Live At Estadio Palestra Italia, Sao Paulo, Brazil, May 2th, 1993) 6:36
21. Last Caress (Live At Estadio Velez Sarsfield, Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 8th, 1993) (The Misfists cover) 1:35
22. One (Live At Rheinstadion, Düsseldorf, Germany, May 20th, 1993) 9:50
23. Disposable Heroes (Live At Milton Keynes National Bowl, Milton Keynes, England, June 5th, 1993) 8:30
24. The Thing That Should Not Be (Live At Mtk Stadion, Budapest, Hungary, June 9th, 1993) 8:42
25. Battery (Live At Ha Yarkon Park, Tel Aviv, Israel, June 30th, 1993) 5:03
26. So What (Live At Festivalpark, Werchter, Belgium, July 4th, 1993) (Anti-Nowhere League cover) 6:32
Running time: 165:43 min.

Total playing time: 1970:54 min.

13 sleeves for CDs and DVDs, divided as follows:
1) CD 1 in a gatefold with a 12-panel foldout booklet;
2) CD 2 & 3 in a gatefold;
3) CD 4 & 5 in a gatefold;
4) CD 6 in a cardboard sleeve;
5) CD 7 & 8 in a gatefold;
6) CD 9 in a cardboard sleeve;
7) CD 10, 11 & 12 in a gatefold;
8) CD 13 & 14 in a gatefold;
9) DVD 1 in a cardboard sleeve;
10) DVD 2 in a cardboard sleeve;
11) DVD 3 in a cardboard sleeve;
12) DVD 4 & 5 in a gatefold;
13) DVD 6 in a cardboard sleeve.
Each CD and DVD is housed in its own printed inner sleeve. Each DVD is also held in an additional poly sleeve inside this inner sleeve.


How long did it take to record kill em all? ›

Metallica met producer Paul Curcio at Music America studios in Rochester, and recorded the album in two weeks.

How old was Metallica in Kill em all? ›

But fame and fortune were a few years away. In 1983 Metallica was, for the most part, still in their teens (guitarist Kirk Hammett turned 20 in November 1982, James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich would do so after the album's release).

What guitar was used to record kill em all? ›

James' guitar on Metallica's debut album was an Electra 2236 Flying Wedge, a Japanese-made copy of a 70's Gibson Flying V. James eventually replaced the bridge pickup with a special-wound Seymour Duncan pickup. It can be seen in the video "Cliff All" in the song "Whiplash".

Who was the lead guitar for Metallica Kill Em All? ›

Kill 'Em All is Metallica's debut album, released on July 25, 1983 on Megaforce Records. Metallica's original line-up featured James Hetfield (vocals/rhythm guitar), Dave Mustaine (lead guitar), Ron McGovney (bass), and Lars Ulrich (drums).

What does killem mean? ›

to annoy or irritate someone by being too kind or too helpful!

What amps were used on Kill Em All? ›

For Metallica's debut album, 1983's Kill 'Em All, Hetfield used a Marshall Master Volume that had been modded by California amp guru Jose Arredondo. Arredondo was famous for modding amps owned by the likes of Eddie Van Halen, Steve Vai, and George Lynch, gain-stacking them and often adding an extra preamp tube.

Is Metallica black metal? ›

Metallica (commonly known as The Black Album) is the fifth studio album by American heavy metal band Metallica. It was released on August 12, 1991, by Elektra Records.
Metallica (album)
GenreHeavy metal
ProducerJames Hetfield Bob Rock Lars Ulrich
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What is Metallica's oldest song? ›

In early 1982, Metallica recorded its first original song, "Hit the Lights", for the Metal Massacre I compilation. Hetfield played bass, rhythm guitar and sang while Lloyd Grant was credited with a guitar solo and Lars Ulrich played drums.

How much did it cost to record kill em all? ›

Recorded on a shoestring budget — about $15,000, paid in installments (and out of his own pocket) by band manager Jonny Zazula — by a heavy-drinking (and totally broke) band in an unfamiliar city with an unsympathetic producer, Kill 'Em All could have easily gone off the rails any number of ways.

Who destroyed the most guitars? ›

A guitar technician on their Self Destruct Tour estimated 137 Gibson Les Pauls were wrecked during those concerts. Matthew Bellamy of Muse has the Guinness world record at breaking the most guitars in one tour, with 140.

What is the world record guitar? ›

The largest playable guitar in the world is 13.29 m (43 ft 7.5 in) tall, 5.01 m. (16 ft 5.5 in) wide

What guitar did Kurt Cobain play? ›

The Fender Jag-Stang is an electric guitar produced by Fender and designed by Nirvana guitarist/vocalist Kurt Cobain. It was intended as a hybrid of two Fender electric guitars models: the Jaguar and the Mustang.
Fender Jag-Stang
BodyBasswood or Alder on reissues
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Why is there no bass in One by Metallica? ›

“The bass was obscured [on Justice] for two reasons,” Hetfield explained in 2008. “First, Jason tended to double my rhythm guitar parts, so it was hard to tell where my guitar started and his bass left off. Also, my tone on Justice was very scooped – all lows and highs, with very little midrange.

What is Metallica's best guitar solo? ›

Top 10 Metallica Songs with the Best Guitar Solos
  1. 1 Fade to Black - Ride the Lightning. ...
  2. 2 One - ...And Justice for All. ...
  3. 3 Ride the Lightning - Ride the Lightning. ...
  4. 4 Master of Puppets - Master of Puppets. ...
  5. 5 The Unforgiven - Metallica. ...
  6. 6 Blackened - ...And Justice for All. ...
  7. 7 The Four Horsemen - Kill 'Em All.

What amp did Johnny Smith use? ›

Smith's model was the JS-35, available as a 20- or 30-watt amp with a 15″ JBL speaker that sat on short legs.

What does Jills mean slang? ›

noun (sometimes cap) slang. 1. a girl or young woman. 2. a sweetheart.

What does Ferdi mean? ›

FERDIFederal Employee/Retiree Delinquency Initiative
FPLPFederal Payment Levy Program
HINFHigh Income Non-Filer
IPSUIdentity Protection Specialized Unit
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What does nuke em mean? ›

nuked; nuking. transitive verb. : to attack or destroy with or as if with nuclear bombs.

How can I make my amp sound like Metallica? ›

To sound like Metallica, use the following amp settings:
  1. Gain: 9.
  2. Bass: 9.
  3. Mids: 3.
  4. Treble: 7.

What strings do Metallica use? ›

“ James Hetfield plays Ernie Ball RPS Slinky 10s and 11s as well his own custom gauge 'Hardwired' 11-50 set.

What guitar amp does Metallica use? ›

Master of Puppets Amp Settings

For the master of puppets album, Metallica was using Mesa Boogie Mark IIC+ amps. They are still popular with guitarists to this day and can be easily emulated with a modern high gain amp. The settings for this tone would be: Gain: 7.

What is the darkest type of metal music? ›

Blackened death metal (also known as black death metal) is an extreme subgenre of heavy metal that fuses elements of black metal and death metal.

Is Venom black metal? ›

Venom have been labelled various genres by members of the press. Most prominent genres are black metal, thrash metal, and speed metal.

Is there a black metal? ›

Black metal is a subgenre of heavy metal music that typically takes on anti-Christian, satanic and paganistic themes. Black metal songs typically have a fast tempo and feature shrieking vocals, heavily distorted guitars and unconventional song structures.

What is the oldest song to ever exist? ›

Hurrian Hymn No. 6” is considered the world's earliest melody, but the oldest musical composition to have survived in its entirety is a first century A.D. Greek tune known as the “Seikilos Epitaph.” The song was found engraved on an ancient marble column used to mark a woman's gravesite in Turkey.

What is Metallica's easiest song? ›

If you're wanting to get started with learning some Metallica songs, there are some songs that are very easy to learn.
Easy Metallica Songs To Learn On Guitar
  • For Whom The Bell Tolls.
  • Enter Sandman.
  • Sad But True.
  • One (the first half of the song is slow and easy)
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What is the oldest record song? ›

1888: 'The Lost Chord'

This is the earliest recording of music known to exist. In 1888 a recording of Arthur Sullivan's song 'The Lost Chord' was etched onto a phonograph cylinder. Sullivan was astounded at this new technology, but had his reservations too.

Has kill em all been remastered? ›

METALLICA - Kill'Em All (Remastered) - Music.

How much did it cost to record bleach? ›

Bleach cost all of $600 to record, and the band didn't even pay for it themselves. A guitar player and friend, Jason Everman, fronted the money in return for what amounted to an album credit and the chance to play some tour dates with Nirvana.

How well did kill em all do? ›

Kill 'Em All didn't exactly made Metallica famous. It sold 60 000 copies in a year and made them a quite successful for a metal band, but it was a mere stepping stone for things to come. It laid the foundation for an identity that would become richer and more nuanced for every album until ... And Justice for All.

Who broke the first guitar? ›

Pete Townshend is known as the first person to smash his guitar on stage. At least, the first rock and roller to do it intentionally. The lead player for The Who smashed a Rickenbacker at the Railway Tavern in Harrow and Wealdstone in September of 1964 and that moment remains one of the most iconic in rock history.

Can you ruin a guitar? ›

As you can expect, the extreme temperature might ruin the finish as well. While you won't find your guitar without finish after a while, it can cause cracking in the wood and even the neck can warp. Besides, repairing serious damage caused by heat, like removed neck or bridge can be quite expensive.

What percentage of people quit guitar? ›

In fact, studies show that 90 percent of people learning to play guitar quit within the first three months. And it's understandable! It's a completely new skill that takes dedication, patience, time, and lots of other ingredients to be successful at it.

What is the fastest guitar solo? ›

The current Guinness World Record holder for fastest guitar playing, Dr. Hot Licks, earned his title playing Bumblebee at 620 bpm.

Who's the fastest guitarist? ›

While John Taylor is a relatively unknown guitarist compared to the rest of the musical behemoths on this list, he does hold the Guinness Book of World's Record as the “World's Fastest Guitarist.” In fact, it's a title he's held since 2011 when he set the record for playing “The Flight of the Bumblebee” at 600 beats- ...

Is a Strat better than a tele? ›

Telecaster is much more versatile, whereas Stratocaster offers a broader palette of tones. Telecaster is easier to play and tune, whereas Stratocaster is more comfortable to hold. Telecaster has one piece that extends right below the bridge pickup, whereas the Stratocaster bridge that has a two-point tremolo system.

What was Kurt Cobain's favorite guitar? ›

“Out of all the guitars in the whole world, the Fender Mustang is my favorite,” Cobain said in a 1991 interview with Guitar World. “They're cheap and totally inefficient, and they sound like crap and are very small.”

Why does a Telecaster sound different to a Stratocaster? ›

The Telecaster typically has two single-coil pickups, with the bridge pickup being wider and longer than its Strat counterpart. What's more, it is mounted on the Tele's metal bridge plate, which can give it a more powerful tone. (Fender also makes Stratocaster and Telecaster models with humbucking pickup options.)

How loud is bass in a metal mix? ›

The bass should be loud enough that the low end is big and powerful, but not so loud that it overpowers the kick drum. Remember to check your reference mixes often to make sure you're staying on course. Once you have the bass level where you want it, don't be afraid to adjust some of the other faders as well.

Why do metal bands have bass? ›

The prominent role of the bass is key to the metal sound, and the interplay of bass and distorted electric guitar is a central element of metal. The bass guitar provides the low-end sound crucial to making the music "heavy". The bass plays a "... more important role in heavy metal than in any other genre of rock."

Why does justice have no bass? ›

And Justice For All Had No Bass Because The Band Was Burnt Out. Metallica's 1988 record … And Justice For All famously has zero bass on it.

Who is the best guitarist in heavy metal? ›

20 Of The Very Best Metal Guitarists
  • Dimebag Darrell (Pantera, Damageplan) ...
  • Jeff Hanneman (Slayer) ...
  • Herman Li (DragonForce) ...
  • Tony Iommi (Black Sabbath, Heaven & Hell) ...
  • Tosin Abasi (Animals As Leaders) ...
  • Muhammed Suimez (Necrophagist) ...
  • Misha "Bulb" Mansoor (Periphery) ...
  • Chuck Schuldiner (Death)
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What was Kurt Cobain favorite Metallica song? ›

Although Ride The Lightning was his favourite record by Metallica, Hammett confirmed that 'Whiplash' from Kill' Em All was Cobain's favourite track by the group. “Absolutely,” Hammett told Rolling Stone. “He told me that himself.

What is the best rock guitar solo? ›

  • Sweet Child o' Mine (Guns N' roses) ...
  • Stairway to Heaven (Led Zeppelin) ...
  • Smells Like Teen Spirit (Nirvana) ...
  • Little Wing (Stevie Ray Vaughan) ...
  • All Along The Watchtower (Jimi Hendrix) ...
  • Free Bird (Lynyrd Skynyrd) ...
  • Eruption (Van Halen) ...
  • One (Metallica)
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What power amp did Kurt Cobain use? ›

Kurt's amplifier of choice for live performance was a combination of the Mesa Boogie Studio . 22 acting as a preamp and a Crest 4801 as his power amp. The first iteration of this setup was the Mesa Boogie paired with Crown Power Base 2 800w Power Amp, but Kurt felt the Crest worked better with the Mesa preamp.

What amp does Slipknot use? ›

Slipknot use a variety of amps, with Jim Root primarily using Orange amps such as the Dark Terror and Rockerverb, whilst Mick Thomson mainly uses a Rivera KR7.

What amps did Slipknot use? ›

Marshall JVM205H 50W Valve Amp Head

Mick Thomson relies on his signature Rivera KR7 head. It's a beast of an amp at 120 watts, voiced for tighter low-end and boosted mids to punch through the many layers of Slipknot's music.

When was Kill em all remastered? ›

Released April 15, 2016.

How long did it take to record Appetite for Destruction? ›

The most powerful of all, Charlton thought, was a song in which Rose sang of the danger on the LA streets – Welcome To The Jungle. But for Guns N' Roses, there was still a long way to go. It would take another nine months, and another producer, before their debut record, Appetite For Destruction, was completed.

How long did it take to make human after all? ›

Human After All was created primarily with two guitars, two drum machines, a vocoder and one eight-track machine. It was produced in six weeks from September to November 2004, with four of those weeks spent mixing.

How old is Guns N Roses? ›

August 17, 1962, Cleveland, Ohio). Guns N' Roses was formed in Los Angeles in 1985 by Rose and Stradlin.

What made Guns N Roses famous? ›

It All Started with the Music

The band formed in 1985 and became hugely popular in just two years after the release of “Welcome to the Jungle.” With singer Axl Rose's unusual voice and powerful musical to back it up, the song became an instant hit, catapulting the band to the top of the charts.

Why was Appetite for Destruction banned? ›

GN'R were accused of pure misogyny when their debut album appeared with a painting featuring a robot rapist attacking a woman.

Is Megadeth death metal? ›

Megadeth is an American thrash metal band formed in Los Angeles in 1983 by vocalist/guitarist Dave Mustaine.
OriginLos Angeles, California, U.S.
GenresThrash metal speed metal heavy metal
Years active1983–2002 2004–present
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Is Kill em all a good album? ›

Kill 'Em All has subsequently become a landmark thrash metal album, first released in 1983 and while the production may sound a little dated, by modern standards, that won't stop you rocking out to one of the greatest rhythmically infused thrash metal albums in history.

What was Metallica's first song? ›

In early 1982, Metallica recorded its first original song, "Hit the Lights", for the Metal Massacre I compilation. Hetfield played bass, rhythm guitar and sang while Lloyd Grant was credited with a guitar solo and Lars Ulrich played drums.

How did we become a human? ›

Human evolution is the lengthy process of change by which people originated from apelike ancestors. Scientific evidence shows that the physical and behavioral traits shared by all people originated from apelike ancestors and evolved over a period of approximately six million years.

How long have we been human? ›

Fossils and DNA suggest people looking like us, anatomically modern Homo sapiens, evolved around 300,000 years ago. Surprisingly, archaeology – tools, artefacts, cave art – suggest that complex technology and cultures, “behavioural modernity”, evolved more recently: 50,000-65,000 years ago.

What genre is human after all? ›

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